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In Episode 4 of Season 1, "Granddad's Fight", of Aaron McGruder's The Boondocks, Huey eventually realizes that Colonel H. Stinkmeaner isn't any type of legendary samurai, but just an old man who got lucky.

However, in Episode 5 of Season 3, "Stinkmeaner 3: The Hateocracy", we are introduced to a group of senior citizens who notoriously caused trouble simply for self enjoyment -- of whom Stinkmeaner is the ringleader. Now, during the end of the episode (and throughout the beginning parts as well), in particular during the fight with Bushido Brown, the three remaining members of "The Hateocracy" (Stinkmeaner was killed by Robert Freeman in Season 1, kicked out of hell for being too... well you know, and was sent back again in a later episode) appear to be seasoned in martial arts and fighting -- easily subduing Huey and ultimately killing Bushido Brown, I mean Grandmaster Bushido Brown.

How, when, and where did the remaining three members garner such fighting prowess? The only time we see Stinkmeaner in life is during his first appearance in Season 1, during which we see that he is indeed no master. Is there any explanation for this apparent discrepancy? Or, am I just over-thinking things?

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